A Wickenburg staple since 1948, this theater fulfills any movie lover’s dream featuring old classics to movies released this year. This movie theater stays true to Wickenburg’s Wild West roots while still giving screen time to for genres like 50’s Sci-Fi’s, film noir, romance, and comedy.
Location: — History, Heritage & Tradition
Wickenburg Historical Walking Tour Guide
Journey on your own through the historic sites spanned throughout town with this handy tour guide you can find at the Chamber of Commerce. The guide features over 30 stops and stories to reach you about each one to give you all the local history.
Wickenburg Historical Preservation Society
This group of passionate and efficient locals work to preserve local sites and historic treasures. Their team helps keep local history alive and their website provides some in-depth history on the community’s namesake, Henry Wickenburg, as well!
Wickenburg Legends and Ghost Tours
Ghost tours are certainly always a fun way to get to know a community, but this local spot mixes tall tales and orbs, with local history. Book your tour for a fun storytelling experience that also features some additional “locals”.
Vulture City Ghost Town
Founded in 1863, Vulture City was home to a booming mining town with over 5,000 residents. Today visitors can explore the restored remnants of the now abandoned town.
Historic Railroad Caboose & 1895 ATSF Depot
You can’t help but love a visitor’s center that doubles as an incredibly well preserved and one of a kind historic site. This local treasure was used by ranchers traveling with their cattle from Montana to California and everywhere in between.
Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Wickenburg has been home to many locals and visitors over the years. Take a tour of local history which covers everything from local mining camp stories, to western living over the years, and all that has contributed to the ’Wickenburg Way’.